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Telecommunication Matters

Intagr8 combines telecommunication hardware, alongside telecommunication billing, offering rental agreements to a market of small to medium sized businesses applying the funds already being spent with current telecommunication providers. Simplified, Intagr8 uses the same approach that mobile telecommunication companies use to provide clients with business solutions and services. They do this by subsidising the equipment rental via monthly call credits.

For example, based on a Current Call Spend of $300 per month which includes four handsets with voicemail, the monthly rental for the equipment is direct debited from the customer’s nominated bank account. Applicable call usage is applied to the customer’s phone bill as Call Credits. The customer can then make up to $300 worth of calls at no charge. The cost of the equipment is drastically reduced by the offset of Call Credits making manageable costs to the business.

Intagr8 is a re-seller of telecommunications airtime, buying wholesale and passing on the savings to their customers in the form of call credits. Intagr8 manages the billing of their customers fixed line call usage, services and equipment with a comprehensive user-friendly phone bill which includes call credits with agreed and applicable call usage. Applicable call usage includes landline calls only to local, mobile, national and international calls.

The key benefits of this system is that Intagr8, as a reseller of telecommunications airtime, can buy wholesale and pass on the savings to their customers in the form of credits. They also obtain ‘state of the art’ business equipment, using call credits on your phone bill to minimise costs to your business. No capital outlay is necessary as Intagr8 structure payment terms to suit the customer over 24 to 60 month periods. There is no cash deposit required, so why buy when you can rent a business asset that is fast depreciating? Renting equipment means continued cash flow to the business.

Intagr8 has direct relationships with some of the world’s largest brand manufacturers of business equipment and subsequently are able to offer their clients a comprehensive suite of products that will enhance their business operations. They are a leading provider of office equipment, telecommunications hardware, software and billing services based in Auckland, and they utilise the equity in a customer’s current telecommunications call spend to off-set the cost of new office equipment. They are one of the largest independently owned, managed and operated suppliers and re-sellers of office equipment and telecommunication technology to the commercial sector.

For further information, please visit their website at http://www.intagr8.co.nz or visit their Facebook page at Intagr8 Limited.

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